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Apr 29, 2013 7:00pm EDT
that krisie gave so phenomenal, talking about how obama was demoralizing the economy, he was tough as nails against odama. he was just doing his job here it seems to me, he knows get what he's saying on the six-month anniversary is i want everybody to know i'd do it again if i had to do it over again. >> in this specific incident of this national disaster, i understand why he did what he did. i can tell you on the whole, president obama has not united this unk. remember when he said, we're not red states, we're not blue states. we're the united states t. president hasn't acted like that by and large. did he come to the aid and do in sandy, did that tie him up in a bad way for mit t romney? i think so. looking back on it, i think chris christie will say, yeah, i did what i did. i'm in the ashamed of it. >> do you think republican republican is always attacking, attacking rich people, oil and gas companies. we will get him back later in the show. she back attacking health insurance companies and the rest. do you think he's changed his tune? is he less divisive now? is this charm offensive, ma
CNBC
Apr 30, 2013 7:00pm EDT
, is furious at that, and obama's polls dropped ten points. >> look, this is just republican talking points and bupkis as they say. >> no -- >> really and truly. no, the fact of the matter is, the sequester was agreed to by both parties. this is a bipartisan screw-up and they did it. >> whose idea was it? >> who cares whose idea it is? i don't know anybody knows -- what difference does it make? they both voted for it and that's a fact. first of all. secondly, it is true that the sequester began to inconvenience a lot of people with the faa but that never should have been in a sequester in the first place. you do not eliminate essential services in a sequester. >> right. >> if you think -- >> right. >> a possibility -- >> that's my point. >> but they both agreed to that. both parties agreed to that. >> the proposers -- >> wait a second. just a minute. this is ridiculous republican talk. the republicans have been moaning and groaning about obama overriding their authority. now they want to give the authority to the president when it's politically convenient to them. it's plenty -- >> fiscally
CNBC
May 3, 2013 4:00pm EDT
barack obama's futurer adviser will talk about the reports on the jobs today is everything it's cracked up to be. you are wrauching the close egg bell first in business cnbc world wide. what if you didn't know that boxes by the curb... make you a target for thieves? or that dog bites account for a third of all home liability claims? what if you didn't know that one in seven drivers is uninsured? and that grease fires have to be smothered? the more you know, the better you can plan for whats ahead. get smarter about your insurance. ♪ we are farmers bum - pa - dum, bum - bum - bum - bum ♪ ♪ there'll be the usual presentations on research. and development. some new members of the team will be introduced. the chairman emeritus will distribute his usual wisdom. and you? well, you're the chief life officer. you just need the right professional to help you take charge. ♪ >>> welcome back. green across the board today. josh lipton summing it all up for us. >> maria a wrap-up. amd, your biggest gainer by a long show. an a lists say the company is doing well in the game console business.
CNBC
Apr 29, 2013 6:00am EDT
because of -- when you talk about obama care, it has been a big issue. has it changed your perspective, slowed anything down or does it matter? >> it slowed down the sales due to uncertainty in health care providers and what they can pay for and what happens with medicaid and medicare spending. to really deal with long-term demographics. >> you mentioned immigration, visa issue and engineers. >> yes. >> we have people -- companies constantly talk about that. are there really not enough engineers in this country? you can't find them efficiently? what is the real problem? >> there are not coming through the programs. >> you cannot find them for your specific issue? >> we can't find enough. it is very, very difficult. >> it's a great career. but you go back. like when the president said you have a drink with mitch mcconnell. come engineering, any of those things. i wonder how do we get people to realize what a great future they would have if they boit the bullet. how do we do it? or do we let all the foreigners. >> i've been told, and i could be wrong on this, there are two levels. there'
CNBC
Apr 29, 2013 4:00am EDT
against syria over the use of chemical weapons. is it time for president obama to get tough? we'll talk about that when we come back. lets you talk face-to-face and share whatever's on your screen. blackberry z10 with bbm video. built to keep you moving. see it in action at blackberry.com/z10 >>> use trail ya's government has found itself caught in a new bind. the prime minister has confirmed there will be a 12 billion aussie dollar budget hold this year because of weaker tax revenues pes the high dollar as well as exporting jobs squeezes the profits of exporting firms with lower profits to these companies comes lower company tax going to government. we can't assume that this will change soon. >> as a result, australia is now expected to introduce extensive spending cuts in its coming budget on may the 14th. gillard says the cutbacks won't be so harsh as to stifle growth or hurt the needy. >>> and while top money pouring into asia has helped the region to be an economic growth leader, the imf has seen some risk. boosting credit growth potentially to the point of overheating. the imf is
CNBC
May 3, 2013 6:00am EDT
? >> i'm still friends with you, joe. what are you talking about? >> very nice. >> what i think on obama care is if you think that's anything an impact, a, i think you have to explain why, for example, on the day they announce that mandate is legal in a surprise the stock market barely hosas any hiccup. that will stop dropping the unemployment rate. you will replace 40-hour a week people with two 20-hour-a-week people. if you see average hours going way down with the unemployment rate falling you would say, okay. >> you really don't think businesses can control whether they -- like restaurants -- you don't think this will affect them? zandi would never go -- >> that's the right thing to add is on the margin. the number of companies right around the 50 threshold or the number of employees going to be right around. >> he was up for a big government job and still came out and said that. >> austin is right. proof positive. >> let me ask. you ask him when you want an expert, right? >> always ask kevin. >> i'm going to make you head of the bls if i can ever get in there. and i will say bls is
CNBC
May 1, 2013 5:00pm EDT
at the shipper trade. you were in it, are in it. >> i'm not sure if you're talking about vlccs, which are crude. i have nna which is mostly product tankers, chemical tankers. >> like the natural gas related for the same reason. eventually obama's going to give out some export permits, probably not all 16, but some. >> great. okay. i love that wilbur ross loves it. >> that's like a stamp of approval. >> yes, it is. it really is. >> our thanks to you. >>> coming up next, compelling trading activity affecting one of the world's largest insurers less than 25 hours before earnings. and cnbc's jane wells knows when to hold them, knows when to fold them and she tried to do just that today online. jane. >> melissa, let's see if i can figure out when to walk away and when to run. from moneyball to money pitt. we're going to talk about brad pitt because he's brad pitt, after the break. man: how did i get here? dumb luck? or good decisions? ones i've made. ones we've all made. about marriage. children. money. about tomorrow. here's to good decisions. who matters most to you says the most about you. at mas
CNBC
May 1, 2013 6:00am EDT
you up on what we were talking about before when we mentioned mark zandi. president obama's expected to nominate venture capitalist and former wireless cable lobbyist tom wheeler to head the federal communications commission. the announcement is expected today. wheeler served as an informal adviser to president obama for the last couple years and went into the business after the helm of the cable association and wireless group ctia. meantime, i just got ahead of myself on the mark zandi stuff. president obama is expected to nominate melvin watt to lead the fhfa, the regulator that oversees lending giants fannie mae and freddie mac. did i -- what did i say? he is a democrat from north carolina who served in the house for 20 years. he will replace edward dimarco, who was appointed by george w. bush. this is where you're supposed to say, honey, come watch "squawk" immediately, this is big. >> that's right. honey, get in here! dimarco's leaving! they're putting watt in, right? the fh? fh -- >> fhfa. >> all right in other political news it was a primary in massachusetts yesterday, apparen
CNBC
May 2, 2013 6:00am EDT
as big as sandy that hit the east coast. no one talks about it. we had a mayor in new york say we need to vote for barack obama because of sandy, because of climate change. there were three storms just as big, bigger that hit the east coast in one year. >> yeah. >> we didn't have the same c02 levels in 1954. >> no. we can go on having a debate whether there's change going on. all i can tell you is that change is taking place. we are seeing different weather patterns, different behaviors. what is popt for the growth of the economies and the security is that government and insurers work together to minimize the impact. >> can we go back to the idea of hot money coming into the insurance agency. we're always trying to figure out where the next bubbles are being created. not necessarily in the lloyd's marketplace s. that a bubble that's being created. >> i wouldn't say as of now. but there is a danger. there is a significant danger that could happen. because if you take lloyd's where we are i would say the last five years, we have been very successful. average return on capital is 14.5%. t
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